Bookshots: 'Found Audio' by N.J. Campbell

Bookshots: 'Found Audio' by N.J. Campbell

Review by Gabino Iglesias
'Found Audio' is a book that lives beautifully between the world of dreams and our own.
Bookshots: 'The Vine That Ate The South' by J.D. Wilkes

Bookshots: 'The Vine That Ate The South' by J.D. Wilkes

Review by Gabino Iglesias
The new novel from the singer of experimental rockabilly group The Legendary Shack Shakers.
Bookshots: 'Sirens' by Joshua Mohr

Bookshots: 'Sirens' by Joshua Mohr

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
The struggle never ends in this melancholy memoir.

Why Readers are Lazy Fuckers and Why This Needs to Stop Right Now

Column by Cath Murphy May 12, 2016
Do you let Amazon tell you which books to read? If so you are a lazy fucker and this must stop right now.
"Square Wave" by Mark de Silva

Bookshots: 'Square Wave' by Mark de Silva

Review by Christopher Shultz
A not-so-dystopian dystopian debut novel with a literary bent.
I'm Not Patrick

Big News From Two Dollar Radio's Micro-Budget Filmmaking Division

News by Christopher Shultz
Publishers and friends of LitReactor Two Dollar Radio are doing big, cool things for practically no money.
Bookshots: 'Haints Stay' by Colin Winnette

Bookshots: 'Haints Stay' by Colin Winnette

Review by Leah Dearborn June 3, 2015
Meet professional killers, Sugar and Brooke. They travel together with Bird, a young amnesiac boy found naked between them one morning because that happens occasionally.
LitReactor Book Club

May Book Club Selection: 'The Only Ones' by Carola Dibbell

News by Joshua Chaplinsky
May's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'The Only Ones' by Carola Dibbell.
Bookshots: 'The Only Ones' by Carola Dibbell

Bookshots: 'The Only Ones' by Carola Dibbell

Review by Freddie Moore
A no-brainer for readers who are fans of Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy and the flood of recent post-apocalyptic literary novels.
I'm Not Patrick

Two Dollar Radio Releases Trailer For Debut Feature Film "I'm Not Patrick"

News by Christopher Shultz
The Moving Pictures arm of indie publishers Two Dollar Radio teases audiences with this upcoming release.
Bookshots: 'Crystal Eaters' by Shane Jones

Bookshots: 'Crystal Eaters' by Shane Jones

Review by Brian McGackin June 9, 2014
al•le•go•ry, \ˈa-lə-ˌgȯr-ē\, noun: a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life or for a political or historical situation. [Merriam-Webster]

UPDATED WITH WINNER - LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: March Edition

Column by Taylor Houston March 31, 2014
More awesome reads from Two Dollar Radio will be awarded to the best Flash Fiction story about Pi(e)!

UPDATED WITH WINNER - LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: February Edition

Column by Taylor Houston February 27, 2014
Short month and a closer deadline. Get Flashy!
Bookshots: 'Nothing' By Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

Bookshots: 'Nothing' by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

Review by Keith Rawson December 23, 2013
Sex, drugs, booze, Montana, obsessive frenemies, and the mystery of dead hobo daddies makes 'Nothing' By Anne Marrie Wirth Cauchon one of the most impressive debuts of 2013.
Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures

UPDATE: Two Dollar Radio Announces Micro-budget Film Division

News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 30, 2013
The indie-pub extraordinaire is getting into the talking picture business.
BookShots: 'Mira Corpora' by Jeff Jackson

Bookshots: 'Mira Corpora' by Jeff Jackson

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky October 9, 2013
An impressive, punk rock, meta-fiction debut.

LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: January Edition - Updated with Winner

Column by Taylor Houston January 31, 2013
New Year, new inspiration. Flash Fiction. 250 words. 1,2,3, GO!

Indie Press Spotlight: Two Dollar Radio

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky May 30, 2012
Wondering where all the good books have gone? Acquaint yourself with Two Dollar Radio, publishers of some of the most exciting fiction out there right now.
"Damascus" by Joshua Mohr

'Damascus' by Joshua Mohr

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky October 11, 2011
A cancer patient, a prostitute, and Santa Claus walk into a bar...